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A wood bowl with a sea turtle-shape that has four legs as part of the turtle itself and four legs upon which to stand. The head is flat on top, rounded under the bottom, has two bulging eyes on the sides, and has has a long continuous grooved line on the flat top which curves parallel to the head's edge sides. The two fore-legs curve outward from the front around to join at the sides. The two flat geometric back-legs jut out at an angle. The body has a tear-drop shape with a point where the tail is located. The bowl is standing on four legs.

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